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Adventures In Eating: Cheese, part 2: Developing your palette

By FRAN GINN,

Last week we discussed a number of facts about one of the oldest foods created and eaten on this planet. I related a story about Mr. Ed Edelman of The Ideal Cheese Shop in New York. Out of curiosity, I emailed The Ideal Cheese Shop. The reply to my email said that Mr. Edelman was living happily and healthily in Florida.




Support going to Carolina

By MARK ROGERS,

The friendship between sister cities Columbia, Miss., and Columbia, S.C., has grown in recent years, as the two have aided each other during difficult times.

Residents of the South Carolina city helped here after the 2014 tornado, and when flood waters ravaged there several years ago, Columbia, Miss., residents reciprocated.





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Ground broken on medical clinic

By MARK ROGERS,

A new medical clinic plans to offer evening and weekend services not currently available in Columbia.

Face Pace Urgent Care Clinic at 1050 U.S. 98, between Walgreens and Sonic, is under construction with hopes of being finished in December.

On Wednesday company officials joined locals for a groundbreaking ceremony.


House passes road bill

By CHARLIE SMITH,

Lottery also debated at special session

State Rep. Steve Holland described the infrastructure bill being debated in the Mississippi legislature Thursday during a special session this way: “When you’ve got a dog that hasn’t ate in two weeks, he'll gnaw any bone you throw out there.”








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Board smart on sales tax

For too long the state and federal governments have either cut spending to local governments or required new spending without allocating any funds for it. That allows politicians at those higher-up levels to brag on themselves without having to bite the bullet and face the on-the-ground consequences.











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